2019-2020 Catalog 
    
    Feb 22, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog

Course Descriptions


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Art

  
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    ART 207 - Graphic Design II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    A continuation of ART 107, Graphic Design I. This course delves deeper into both the artistic components of graphic design as well as the commercial and technical side of this subject. This course will acquaint the student with the changing panorama of the graphic design industry. Prerequisite(s): ART 107  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 213 - Figure Drawing I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    An introductory class emphasizing the accurate realistic representation of the human body. This includes the knowledge of structure, articulation, musculature proportion, and movement of the human form. There will be a live model available for the majority of class hours. Studio and lecture. Required of all art majors. Prerequisite(s): ART 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 214 - Figure Drawing II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    Further exploration of the interpretive and compositional aspects of the human figure. Studio and lecture. Prerequisite(s): ART 213  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 223 - History of Art in Architecture

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A visual and cultural analysis of selected structures, urban spaces, and built communities from prehistoric to current time. The course emphasizes the architectural traditions of western civilization, especially as they affect the built environment of the United States and the Midwest. Not recommended for students who are required to enroll in ENG 020 and/or ENG 098.

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 225 - Photography II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    A continuation of Photography I.  This course is designed to further technical and aesthetic development in black and white photography.  Emphasis is on the development of a consistent body of art work and introduces photography manipulation techniques.  Students must supply their own 35mm camera with manual override.  

      Prerequisite(s): ART 125  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 226 - Digital Image Manipulation

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    This course is an introduction to raster-based digital image manipulation.  Students will become acquainted with the concepts related to digital image; creation, editing, manipulation, color management basics, masking, layering, retouching, scanning and output. Industry-standard image manipulation software is used.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Offered Fall Semester: Yes
    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? 2








  
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    ART 227 - Digital Illustration

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    This course advances the students understanding of the computer as a design tool. Building on previous courses in drawing, students will generate a number of graphic solutions that address specific illustrative problems-both technical and creative. Students will be given the opportunity to develop digital illustration skills by exploring numerous tools and techniques resulting in potential portfolio samples. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ART 101  and ART 110  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 228 - Digital Layout

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    This course will explore the indication, placement and manipulation of visual elements in page design-systematically developing creative layout solutions through a cumulative, conceptual design process. The ability to effectively integrate photographs, illustrations, display and text type, will be developed using page composition software-potentially resulting in samples for the student’s portfolio. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ART 110  and ART 152  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 230 - History of Graphic Design

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is a survey of graphic design history through the study of major movements and designers. The course examines the people, places and events; addressing both historical & cultural factors; and technological innovations that have influenced the development of graphic design as practiced in the 21st Century.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 237 - Graphic Design III

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 6
    This course deals with the development of visual identity systems for organizations and corporations applied to print, web, and broadcast media. Focuses on how organizations use identity design to express core values and impact consumer perceptions of brand. Processes include research, conceptualization, image, type generation, layout, presentation, and evaluation. Prerequisite(s): ART 207  

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 240 - Jewelry and Metalsmithing I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    Fundamentals of working with nonferrous metal, including techniques of designing, soldering, etching, forming, finishing, casting, and stone setting. Also includes safety procedures in the use of the equipment.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 241 - Jewelry and Metalsmithing II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    Further exploration of jewelry techniques and design with an emphasis on three-dimensional concepts. Prerequisite(s): ART 240  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 251 - Computer Art II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    A continuation of Computer Art I and the electronic generation of fine art with computer. A strong emphasis will be placed on the creative use of a variety of software to produce a series of computer artworks. Problems will be presented as a series of open-ended projects with creativity and artistic quality as a goal. Output to a variety of devices will be encouraged. Aesthetic concerns will dominate technical concerns. This is not a graphic design computer course. Prerequisite(s): ART 151  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 252 - Type & Image

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    This course is a continuation of the study of traditional typography and compositional layout. Exercises and projects focus on the hierarchical qualities of type & image. The development of marketable problem solving skill will be employed with an emphasis on creative techniques. Industry standard software will be used in the development of potentially portfolio worthy samples. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ART 152  and ART 228  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 280 - Corporate Identity

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    The role of communication design in creating comprehensive corporate identity systems is the focus of this course. An analysis of the client’s objective and application will be the basis for developing a structured corporate identity system, which will include: mark exploration, logo design, stationery application, signage and branding. Other business collateral may also apply. Project solutions will require innovative conceptual thinking skills and alternative design approaches.  Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ART 126 ,  ART 227 , and ART 228  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    ART 290 - Portfolio

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    This course prepares students for the transition to the professional world by assisting them in the assembly of a presentation portfolio. The final portfolio will demonstrate the student’s conceptual skills, design abilities, and craftsmanship-as they revise and refine past projects as samples for their portfolio. Working with the instructor, the student will select representative work showcasing projects that highlight their unique style and abilities. The selected work will be re-evaluated and refined for the final presentation portfolio and website. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ART 226 ART 227 , and ART 228  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ART 299 - Special Topics In Studio Art

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 5
    The exploration and analysis of topics within the discipline. This is a course for advanced students interested in pursuing an in depth investigation into a particular art topic. A full-time faculty member will determine the nature of the topic. Emphasis will be on exploring areas of study not currently covered by existing curriculum.   Prerequisite(s): Consent of department.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Maximum is 3) 3
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Astronomy

  
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    ASTR 101 - Descriptive Astronomy

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number P1 906
    An introductory course in astronomy that covers the concepts, principles and methods that lead to the understanding of our present view of the solar system, stars and galaxies in the universe. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  and placement testing into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Automotive Service Technology

  
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    AS 101 - Automotive Fundamentals for Consumers

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 1
    A general overview of automotive system functions, basic service procedures, preventive maintenance, and consumer skills
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 102 - Automotive Engine Rebuilding

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Course combines the study of engine operational theory with practical technical skills.  Content emphasizes engine operation, design and efficiency, troubleshooting, precision measurement, tool and equipment usage, service literature utilization, and industry service procedures for modern automobile and light truck engines.  Laboratory experience consists of engine disassembly, component design study, inspection, measurement, and diagnosis of components, machining processes, and engine disassembly and reassembly techniques. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  and placement testing into MATH 094  or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 104 - Electrical Fundamentals

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Basic instruction in Ohm’s law, magnetic induction, circuit theory and design as applied to storage batteries, ignition systems, charging systems, starting systems, accessories, and instrumentation.  Lab activities include developing skills in the use of DVOMs as well as various specialized equipment to test batteries along with starting and charging systems.  An introduction to electrical schematic reading is also included. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  and placement testing into MATH 094  or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 106 - Automotive Fundamentals

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    An orientation to service and regular maintenance procedures. The use of automotive service tools and operation of equipment is stressed along with recycling, hazardous materials handling, and accepted safety procedures. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  and placement testing into MATH 094  or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 108 - Automotive Service I

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 9.5
    Commercial shop application of procedures and techniques learned in subject area courses. Students repair customer vehicles and are required to meet all standards of quality, reliability, and employee values expected of a professional technician. Student tasks are selected in an individualized fashion to compliment and supplement the learning experiences in other automotive classes. The primary focus is on skill development and the accomplishment of those NATEF tasks that are not completed in other classes. Students also learn parts-marketing skills that apply to a retail service business as well as customer relations skills as they rotate through parts room responsibilities. Instructors are available to allow for an individual mentoring style of teaching in these important classes. Graduates point to these shop-based courses as their “competitive edge.” Prerequisite(s): Courses can be taken as prerequisite or concurrently: AS 102  , AS 104  , and AS 106  or consent of department.
      
     
      
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 112 - Chassis, Steering and Alignment

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This course provides the knowledge and skills required of the professional wheel alignment and chassis repair technician.  Emphasis is on passenger car and light truck suspension and steering system design, operation, maintenance, repair, and diagnosis, including two-wheel alignment, four-wheel alignment, steering gear and rack-and-pinion service.  Wheel and tire diagnosis is included.  Completion of NATEF tasks is tracked throughout the course.  Lab activities include utilizing the latest in wheel alignment and tire service equipment. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  and placement testing into MATH 094  or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 114 - Electrical/Electronic Diagnosis

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A comprehensive study of automotive electrical components and systems.  Emphasis is on developing effective diagnostic strategies and techniques for quick diagnosis using service literature and computerized service data as well as the most current diagnostic equipment such as DVOMs and oscilloscopes.  Lab activities include the diagnosis of bugged vehicles in various body systems including lighting, wipers, power windows, seats, and electronic instrumentation.  Supplemental restraints and cruise control systems are also covered. Prerequisite(s): AS 104   or consent of department.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 116 - Automotive Fuel Systems

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A comprehensive study of automotive and light truck fuel systems including theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of fuel injection systems as well as computerized engine controls and emission control systems.  Lab activities include utilizing service information, fuel system service, diagnosis, and repair. Emphasis is on developing familiarity with current computerized fuel control systems and on diagnostic skill development.  The latest equipment is used including lab scopes and scan tools. Prerequisite(s): AS 104   or consent of department.
      
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 118 - Automotive Service II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 9.5
    Commercial shop application of procedures and techniques learned in subject area courses. Students repair customer vehicles and are required to meet all standards of quality, reliability, and employee values expected of a professional technician. Student tasks are selected in an individualized fashion to compliment and supplement the learning experiences in other automotive classes. The primary focus is on skill development and the accomplishment of those NATEF tasks that are not completed in other classes. Students also learn parts-marketing skills that apply to a retail service business as well as customer relations skills as they rotate through parts room responsibilities. Adequate instructors are available to allow for an individual mentoring style of teaching in these important classes. Graduates point to these shop-based courses as their “competitive edge.” Prerequisite(s): AS 108    Courses to be taken as prerequisite or concurrently: AS 114  , AS 116  and AS 204 , or consent of department.
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    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 202 - Engine Performance Diagnostics (Tune Up)

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Automotive diagnosis and tune-up procedures as they pertain to the function and control of the engine, ignition, and fuel-control systems. Use of advanced diagnosis equipment and instrumentation. Prerequisite(s): Any two of the following: AS 102  , AS 104  , AS 116  , or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 204 - Brake System

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Theory of operation, brake system design and diagnosis.  Lectures describe brake component and system operation including an introduction to ABS.  Special emphasis is placed on component diagnosis and maintenance procedures.  Laboratory activities include the use of specialized tools, such as on-the-car and bench lathes, brake bleeding equipment, and brake system diagnostic equipment. Prerequisite(s): AS 104   or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 206 - Manual Transmissions, Transaxles and Differentials

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A study of major drive-line components such as clutches, manual transaxles, drive shafts, drive axles, and differentials.  Gear theory as well as component operation and diagnosis is emphasized.  Lab activities include disassembly, inspection, and reassembly of a manual transmission, transfer case, and differential using overhaul procedures found in factory service information.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 208 - Automotive Service III

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 9.5
    Commercial shop application of procedures and techniques learned in subject area courses. Students repair customer vehicles and are required to meet all standards of quality, reliability, and employee values expected of a professional technician. Student tasks are selected in an individualized fashion to compliment and supplement the learning experiences in other automotive classes. The primary focus is on skill development and the accomplishment of those NATEF tasks that are not completed in other classes. Students also learn parts-marketing skills that apply to a retail service business as well as customer relations skills as they rotate through parts room responsibilities. Adequate instructors are available to allow for an individual mentoring style of teaching in these important classes. Graduates point to these shop-based courses as their “competitive edge.” Prerequisite(s): AS 118    Courses to be taken as prerequisite or concurrently: AS 112  , AS 202  , AS 206  , or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 212 - Automotive Update and Computer Controlled Systems

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Current practical applications of advanced computer controlled engine performance diagnosis and service procedures pertaining to the modern automobile. Included are advanced skills and techniques developed in previous technical courses. Preparation for ASE Certification exams is a component of this course. Prerequisite(s): AS 114  , AS 116  and AS 202  , or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 214 - Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Theory of operation of torque converters, friction elements, planetary gear sets and hydraulics as applied to the construction, diagnosis, service, and overhaul procedures for modern automatic transmissions and transaxles. The lab activities allow the student to become familiar with, and understand, every component in the transmission and how they relate to each other.  The theory and operation of advanced electronic transmission control systems is also included with an emphasis on trouble code and data interpretation. Prerequisite(s): AS 114   or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 216 - Air Conditioning/Climate Control

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A comprehensive study of automotive, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.  The theory of operation, diagnosis, and repair of HVAC systems is emphasized.  Safety and environmental issues are stressed including law and regulations.  The labs include recovery, recycling and recharging activities as well as various methods of leak detection. Diagnostics utilizing pressure gauges and electronic equipment is also covered.  Manual and automatic HVAC controlled systems are also covered.  Prerequisite(s): AS 114   or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 218 - Automotive Service IV

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 9.5
    Commercial shop application of procedures and techniques learned in subject area courses. Students repair customer vehicles and are required to meet all standards of quality, reliability, and employee values expected of a professional technician. Student tasks are selected in an individualized fashion to compliment and supplement the learning experiences in other automotive classes. The primary focus is on skill development and the accomplishment of those NATEF tasks that are not completed in other classes. Students also learn parts-marketing skills that apply to a retail service business as well as customer relations skills as they rotate through parts-room responsibilities. Instructors are available to allow for an individual mentoring style of teaching in these important classes. Graduates point to these shop-based courses as their “competitive edge.” Prerequisite(s): AS 208    Courses to be taken as prerequisite or concurrently: AS 212  , AS 214  ,  AS 216  , or consent of department.


     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 220 - Automotive Service Internship I

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 21
    Intended for student entry-level cooperative placement within a dealership service department or other appropriate work environment. This course provides supervised on-the-job training experiences and requires work assignments appropriate for the student’s skill level and preparation. Internship provides the student a meaningful hands-on experience intended to complement courses previously completed. Additional requirements include a basic understanding of service-management structure through a survey of the participating dealership service department. Prerequisite(s): Automotive Department Approval
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 222 - Automotive Service Internship II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 21
    Intended for student advanced level cooperative placement within a dealership service department or other appropriate work environment. This course is expected to provide additional supervised on-the-job training experiences. Required work assignments must be appropriate for the student’s skill level, preparation, and provide a meaningful hands-on experience to complement courses previously completed. Additional requirements include a basic understanding of business structure and procedures through a survey of the participating dealership corporate structure. Prerequisite(s): Automotive Department Approval
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 228 - Introduction to Diesel Technology

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    Orientation to compression ignition engines, their history, principles of operation, design features, operational cycles, fuels, lubrication, and fuel delivery, as well as the advantages and disadvantages when compared to spark ignited engines. The fundamentals of the theory and operation are covered, as well as the service of today’s diesel engine. Prerequisite(s): AS 102   and AS 104  , or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 230 - Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This course is an overview of hybrid and electric vehicle systems. Terminology, safety, theory, and the operation of high voltage systems, batteries, charging systems, drivetrain components and emission systems are covered. Inspection and diagnosis of hybrid and electric vehicles using specialized tools are included. Prerequisite(s): Take AS 114  and AS 116  or have consent of department.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Offered Summer Semester: Yes
    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    AS 299 - Selected Topics in Automotive

    Credit Hours .5-5
    Lecture: .5-5 Lab: .5-5
    A course for students with advanced standing to pursue an extensive project. The nature of the project will be determined by a full-time faculty member and the students. Emphasis will be based on developing skills and exploring concepts that will keep students up-to-date with the latest technologies as well as contribute to their professional advancement.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Biology

  
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    BIO 100 - Medical Terminology

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A basic course on the language of medicine for students in the various allied health professions (premedical, nursing, dental assistant, lab technician, medical technologist, medical secretary, and other hospital and office personnel). Although a significant vocabulary is developed, emphasis is on the context for understanding and building medical terms. Classwork includes word analysis, word building and pronunciation. Anatomy and pathology are discussed for interest and background rather than for mastery Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 103 - Health

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A basic course in health science for the non-science major. BIO 103 is an introductory look at human health topics with emphasis on current and future health concerns. Major subjects covered in this course include exercise, physical fitness, nutrition and weight management.  Tobacco, alcohol and drug abuse are also covered.  Infectious diseases, STD’s including HIV are also presented.  Chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease are included as well.  Introductory immunology and the physiology of aging are also presented.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 104 - Biological Diversity

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 4
    IAI GECC Number L1 900L
    This laboratory course explores the diversity of life on Earth through an ecological, evolutionary, cellular and comparative approach. This is a transfer course that fulfills the laboratory science requirement. Appropriate for non-science majors; not appropriate for biology, nursing or allied health majors.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 105 - Microbes and You

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    IAI GECC Number L1 903L
    This laboratory course explores microbial life, particularly in our day-to-day life, and develops scientific literacy enabling students to make well-informed decisions.  Concepts include cell and molecular biology, microbial structure and function, genetics and heredity, evolution and ecology.  Students examine the microbes’ roles in health and disease and their impact on our ecology and economy, including biotechnology.  This course is not suitable for biology, nursing, or allied health majors. Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 106 - Animals and Society

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    IAI GECC Number L1 902L
    This course is designed to fulfill a general education laboratory science requirement. Emphasizes scientific inquiry through selected concepts in biology, such as organization, function, heredity, evolution, and ecology, using animals as the type of organism. Topics include cell and molecular biology, animal structure, physiology, development, evolution, ecology, genetics, reproduction, behavior, and conservation.  A special emphasis is made on the relationships between humans and the diversity of animals worldwide. Development of Science literacy will be a foundation of this course so that students can make informed decisions. Any student who is pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester is strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 107 - Plants and Society

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    IAI GECC Number L1 901L
    Emphasis on scientific inquiry through selected concepts in plant biology, such as organization, function, heredity, evolution, and ecology. Topics will include a survey of plant diversity and related groups including cyanobacteria, algae and fungi, plant anatomy and physiology, reproduction and growth, genetics, evolution, ecology and economic importance and interrelationship between plants and humans. Extensive use of the college’s herbarium collection and natural areas will supplement the learning experience. A practical course for those intrigued by plant life. This is a transfer course that fulfills the laboratory science requirement. Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 125 - Human Biology

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    IAI GECC Number L1 904L
    A basic introduction to the structure and function of the human body. Includes fundamental biological principles. Major concepts involved in the support, movement, control and maintenance of the body and the continuance of the species are emphasized. This is a transfer course that fulfills the laboratory science requirement. Appropriate for non-science majors and those students needing a one semester anatomy/physiology course.   
    Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 131 - Human Structure and Function

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3
    This course is designed to provide an introduction to essential aspects of human structure and function, including basic biological principles.  A non-lab course, it is intended to fulfill the general education life requirements for students with lab credit in a physical science course, as well as to meet the needs of students in allied health programs not requiring a lab component. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 144 - Introduction to Human Heredity

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number L1 906
    This course is intended to develop literacy required for the general student to appreciate recent discoveries in human genetics.  Classical laws of genetics are presented, but the course emphasis is on human genetic disease, biotechnology and the human genome.  Also considered are the social, cultural and ethical implications of the principles of human genetics as they apply to the human condition. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 146 - Environmental Biology

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number L1 905
    Course emphasizing scientific inquiry through a breadth of selected concepts focusing on environmental issues and sustainable solutions. Concepts include ecology, biodiversity, evolution, physiology and health, and human populations. The concept of sustainability will be an underlying theme of the Environmental Biology course. Biological issues with personal and social implications will be clearly integrated throughout the course emphasizing current environmental issues and solutions. Development of scientific literacy will be a foundation of the course to enable students to make informed decisions. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 094  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 090  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 149 - Principles of Biology

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    IAI GECC Number L1 900L
    A laboratory course designed as a general survey of molecular/cellular biology, to serve as a general education laboratory science requirement and to satisfy a prerequisite requirement for Biology 160, Biology 240 and Biology 250.  Course topics include scientific methodology, biological chemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism, genetic biology and evolution, with strong application to health and animal biology.  This course is strongly recommended for nursing and veterinary technician students.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 094  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 151 - General Biology I

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 4
    IAI GECC Number L1 901L
    IAI Major Number BIO 910
    A laboratory course designed to survey certain principles of general biology, including cellular structure and function, molecular biology, energetics, ecology, Mendelian and human genetics, evolution and taxonomy. Intended for biology, nursing, or allied health majors and other students planning to take upper level biology courses. Biology 151 is a prerequisite for upper level biology courses.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 094  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 152 - General Biology II

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 4
    IAI GECC Number L1 910L
    IAI Major Number BIO 910
    A continuation of BIO 151 with a survey of the plant and animal kingdoms based upon evolution. Plant and animal structure and function are presented. Population genetics, ecology and animal behavior are also presented with some field study included as part of the laboratory. Intended for students planning to take upper level biology courses.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctors before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher, or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 094  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 160 - Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    An introduction to the structure and function of the body comparing mammalian species: Canine, feline, equine, bovine and human.  Major concepts emphasized are the support, movement, control, and maintenance of the mammalian body.  Laboratory work will focus on the microscopic and macroscopic structure of selected tissues and organs, using slides, models, and dissection.  This course is designed to provide an appropriate background in anatomy and physiology upon which students can build in subsequent courses as they acquire information specific to the anatomy and physiology of nonhuman species. This course is appropriate for students interested in veterinary technology, veterinary science or animal science. Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in BIO 149  or BIO 151  ; and placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 220 - General Zoology

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 4
    Zoology is the study of the diversity of invertebrate and vertebrate animals. The goals of this course are: (1) to examine the evolutionary mechanisms that lead to the diversity of animals on our planet; (2) to survey the animal kingdom by comparing the unique structures and functions that are used to classify organisms into major phylogenetic groups; and (3) to gain experience with these organisms in the laboratory. The laboratory portion of the course includes: examination of representative organisms using slides, specimens and dissections. Several internet assignments, behavioral experiments and field sampling of JJC’s natural areas are included whenever possible. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in BIO 151  ; and placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096  ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 240 - Microbiology

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    A survey of the morphology, physiology, classification, and culture of bacteria and related organisms of medical importance. The fundamentals of immunology, hygiene and sanitation are emphasized. Lecture and laboratory.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in BIO 149  or BIO 151  ; and placement into ENG 101  , or minimum grade “C” in one of the following:  ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 250 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    A comprehensive introduction to the structure and function of the human body. Includes such topics as cells and tissues, the skeletal system, muscular system, and nervous system. Laboratory portion of the course includes physiological experiments and anatomical studies using microscopes, models, preserved specimens, and a prosected cadaver. Practical for all students in medical and allied health fields desiring knowledge of the human body. Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in BIO 149  or BIO 151 .  Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 251 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    A continuation of BIO 250 . Includes the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Laboratory portion of the course includes physiological experiments and anatomical studies using microscopes, models, preserved specimens, and a prosected cadaver. Practical for all students in medical and allied health fields desiring knowledge of the human body. Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BIO 252 - Human Anatomy Cadaver Dissection

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 4
    A course dealing with a systemic approach to the structure of the human body. Emphasis is on the normal anatomy of the skeletal elements, musculature, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive and urogenital systems. Practical for all students in medical and allied health fields desiring knowledge of the human body. Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): BIO 251   with minimum grade of “C” and consent of instructor.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Business

  
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    BUS 101 - Introduction to Business

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    The role of business in modern society is examined. Study includes a survey of business operations, including roles of consumers in society, forms of business ownership, and ethics and social responsibility within business organizations. Specialized fields within business organizations are analyzed, including management of human resources, material and financial resources; development and implementation of marketing plans; and an understanding of basic financial statements. Case studies are examined from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The content and organization of this course encourages constructive thinking on the social impacts across demographic and cross-cultural lines of business structure and decisions.  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

  
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    BUS 110 - Principles of Customer Service

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is designed to help students develop outstanding customer service skills. Students will learn how to interact with customers, resolve conflicts, understand the importance of customer satisfaction/retention, actively participate as a member of a team, and develop time management skills
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

  
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    BUS 111 - Principles of Business Communications

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    The role and practice of communication in business and professional organizations is examined with emphasis upon audience analysis, persuasive and negative messages, small group communication, cultural and global awareness, effective letter writing, and the job search process. Prerequisite(s): ENG 101  is recommended.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BUS 205 - Business Statistics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI Major Number BUS 901
    This course includes the study of descriptive and inferential statistics as applied to business data sets with emphasis on inferential statistics from large and small samples. Topics studied are: averages, dispersion, skewness, probability and probability distributions, random variables, expected value, sampling, point and interval estimations, parametric and nonparametric tests, linear regression, and correlation. Students use microcomputer programs to calculate summary statistics and produce tabular and graphic display of business data. This course is designed to conform as a prerequisite for upper-division level courses in business statistics. Prerequisite(s): MATH 150  , MATH 153  or MATH 170  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    BUS 210 - Business Internship Preparation

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    This course provides the business student with the skills necessary to obtain a job in a business, government agency or organization. Skills pertaining to job search, interviewing, and resume writing are included. Students may use these skills to obtain an internship position and continue in BUS 211 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

  
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    BUS 211 - Business Internship

    Credit Hours .5-4
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 15
    This internship provides the business student with a meaningful applied experience intended to be a capstone course after most business courses have been completed. The student receives on-the-job training at a business, government agency, or other organization. The student is responsible for finding and maintaining employment at the coordinator-approved work site. The student will work a total of 75 hours for one hour of credit, 150 hours for two hours of credit, 225 hours for three hours of credit, or 300 hours for four hours of credit. Students will be evaluated by their supervisor.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Maximum is 3) 3
    Variable Hour Exist Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

  
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    BUS 214 - International Business

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course studies aspects of international business at the global, national, and organizational levels. It explores trends, benefits and costs of globalization, foundations of international trade and financial system, and the role of cultural, political, legal and economic forces of national business environments. The course introduces students to the analysis of international business opportunities, fundamentals of international marketing, challenges of international business operations and global workforce management. Prerequisite(s): BUS 101  or ECON 103  or consent of instructor
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BUS 299 - Special Topics in Business

    Credit Hours 1-4
    Lecture: 1-4 Lab: 0
    The exploration and analysis of topics within the discipline. This is a course for advanced students interested in pursuing an in-depth investigation into a particular business topic. A full-time business faculty member will determine the topic, with emphasis on exploring areas of study not covered by existing courses.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Maximum is 3) 3
    Variable Hour Exist Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Business Law

  
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    BLAW 101 - Business Law I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is an introduction to law and the legal environment. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, the nature of Law, the Common Law Tradition, Constitutional Law and the powers of government, jurisdiction, legal procedure, torts, criminal law and procedure, ethics and social responsibility. Contract law and commercial transactions are given special and greatest emphasis.  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BLAW 102 - Business Law II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is the second course in a series that begins with BLAW 101. The topics covered include, but are not limited to, Personal Property and Real Property, The Law of Wills and Inheritance, Insurance Law, Negotiable Instruments, Commercial Paper and Banking, Secured Transactions, Lienholders Rights and Bankruptcy Law, Business Organizations and Agency Law. Prerequisite(s): BLAW 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BLAW 120 - Legal Aspects of Health Info Mgmt

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course will introduce students to the nature and scope of American law, including the sources of law, the judicial system and basic principles of liability. It will then proceed to introduce students to the basic legal principles related to patient care and patient health information. Particular attention will be given to the creation, maintenance and use of medical/health care records. This course is specifically designed to comply with the standards and requirements applicable to the Health Information Management (HIM) degree and related certifications and to prepare the student for related testing. Prerequisite(s): HIM 101  or consent of department.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    BLAW 240 - Introduction to Cyber Law

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course will introduce the common law, Constitutional and statutory sources of law; operation of the judicial system; tort, contract and criminal liability; intellectual property protections; and protections for freedom of speech and individual privacy. It will analyze the developing theories and current applications of these principles to legal issues and policy considerations relating to the Internet and cyberspace.
     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Business Mathematics - BMAT

  
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    BMAT 101 - Business Mathematics

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Formerly MATH 101

    A review of basic arithmetic, decimals, percentages and applications, together with a study of topics such as simple and compound interest, discounting notes, installment buying, and purchase discounts and markups. Designed for those in the business curriculum.  Prerequisite(s): Placement into MATH 094  or minimum grade “C”  in MATH 090  or equivalent. Not intended for transfer.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Chemistry

  
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    CHEM 100 - Fundamentals of Chemistry

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 3
    IAI GECC Number P1 903L
    A one semester course of selected topics in general chemistry as general education or for students in agriculture, nursing and home economics.  May be followed by CHEM 108.  This is a transfer course that fulfills the laboratory science requirement.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021   and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 098  or higher or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 101 - General Chemistry I

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 3
    IAI GECC Number P1 902L
    This course is the first semester of a two-semester sequence of general chemistry intended for students in chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary medicine, or anyone planning to take two years of chemistry.  This course covers the principles of chemistry which serve as an organizing basis for all chemistry:  atomic theory, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, chemical reaction, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, gases, liquids and solids.  The laboratory complements these topics.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course.  IAI Code 911 Prerequisite(s): One year of high school chemistry or minimum grade “C” in CHEM 100 ; and placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 138  or minimum grade “C” in MATH 098  . 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 102 - General Chemistry II

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 3
    IAI Major Number CHM 912
    This course is the second semester of a two-semester course in general chemistry intended for students majoring in chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary medicine, or anyone planning to take two years of chemistry.  The course content includes thermodynamics, kinetics, acid base theory, equilibrium, redox reactions, electrochemistry, spectroscopy and bonding of coordination compounds, and topics in descriptive inorganic chemistry and nuclear chemistry.  Laboratory complements these topics.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 139  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 138  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 104 - Chemistry and Society

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number P1 903
    Examines the influence of chemistry on society through the study of contemporary issues such as health, environment, and other applications.  This course assumes and requires no previous knowledge of chemistry.  Not intended to satisfy the chemistry requirement for health science or other science majors.

      Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequenceENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 094  or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090 .  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 105 - Quantitative Analysis

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 6
    Topics covered are gravimetric analysis, volumetric analysis, electrolytic analysis, spectrophotometric analysis, spectroscopic analysis, and gas chromatography.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in CHEM 102 ; and placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequenceENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement into MATH 139  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 138 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 108 - Elementary Organic Chemistry

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    This course is an overview of organic chemistry and covers the major functional groups. Nomenclature, structure, physical properties, synthesis, and reaction of functional groups are discussed. The laboratory complements these topics. This course is intended for students in agriculture, forestry, home economics, and nursing curricula.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade of “C” in CHEM 100  or CHEM 101 . Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and placement testing into MATH 098  or higher or minimum grade “C” in MATH 094 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 209 - Organic Chemistry I

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 3
    IAI Major Number CHM 913


    This course is the first semester of a two-semester course in organic chemistry. The CHEM 209-210 sequence is designed for students majoring in chemistry, chemical engineering, biology, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary medicine, and other students desiring a serious, in-depth examination of organic chemistry. The course content includes: the study of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, cyclic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions, organometallics, NMR spectroscopy, IR spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, and stereochemistry. The knowledge of reaction mechanisms is stressed to provide unifying principles. The laboratory complements the topics above.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in CHEM 102 ; and Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , orENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and Placement into MATH 139  or higher, or minimum grade “C” in MATH 138 .

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 210 - Organic Chemistry II

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 3
    IAI Major Number CHM 914
    This course is the second semester of a two-semester sequence in organic chemistry. The CHEM 209-210 sequence is designed for students majoring in chemistry, chemical engineering, biology, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary medicine, and other students desiring a serious, in-depth examination of organic chemistry. The course content includes: the study of aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, ethers, carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids and derivatives, amino acids and proteins, heterocyclic compounds, amines, and carbohydrates. The knowledge of reaction mechanisms is stressed to provide unifying principles. The laboratory complements the topics above.  Students who are pregnant or may become pregnant during the course of the semester are strongly advised to consult their doctor before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in CHEM 209  ; and Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 ; and Placement into MATH 139  or higher. or minimum grade “C” in MATH 138  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CHEM 212 - Introduction to Biochemistry

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Introduction to the chemical and physical properties of all classes of biological molecules and their assemblies including small molecules, macromolecules, and processes found in living organisms. Content includes structures of amino acids, nucleotides, lipids, and carbohydrates; corresponding macromolecular structures such as proteins, nucleic acids, membranes, and polysaccharides as related to their biological functions; kinetics and mechanism of enzymatic reactions, the central metabolic pathways, the genetic code and developments in biotechnology. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 108   or CHEM 210  with minimum grade of “C”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Child Development

  
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    CDEV 101 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 1
    This course is designed as an overview of early childhood care and education, including the basic values, structure, organization and programming in early childhood. Examination of the student’s personal qualities in relationship to expectations of the field is addressed throughout the course. A field experience
    component of 20 contact hours of direct observation in a variety of early childhood settings is required. Illinois State Police Background Check: An Illinois State Police fingerprint background check is required of all Teacher Education candidates prior to beginning their field experiences and/or service experiences. All applicants must be 18 or older to be fingerprinted. Upon registration for an Education course requiring a field or service experience, the candidate will be contacted by the Teacher Education Field Experience Coordinator who will explain the background check process and provide the required forms. No individual maybe allowed in a school or other regulated setting unless he or she has passed a State Police background check. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101 ; or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 , or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 078 , ENG 079 , ENG 088  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 137 - Creativity and Play in Early Childhood

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the natural creative potential that evolves through play and exploration.  The student will learn methods of presenting developmentally appropriate activities to young children in ways to enhance creativity and encourage physical, cognitive, language, social, and emotional development.   Through activity presentations and lab experiences, the student will enhance their observational and documentation skills of the young child under age five.  This course includes planning, implementation and evaluation of preschool experiences in art, music, language arts, science, mathematics, and dramatic/social play.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid

    Offered Fall Semester: Yes Offered Spring Semester: Yes Offered Summer Semester: Yes
    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 201 - Health, Safety and Nutrition for Young Children

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Study of the basic concepts of health, safety, and nutrition that influence personal health of the individual with emphasis on meeting the health needs of children in group settings. Focus will include maintaining a healthy lifestyle through preventive and community health as well as the identification of health and safety hazards. Methods of incorporating health, safety and nutrition activities in the early childhood classroom will be examined. Certification in emergency first aid and infant/child/adult CPR is required for completion of this course
     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 208 - Child Growth and Development

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI Major Number ECE 912
    This course provides an overview of theory and principles of the developmental continuum from conception to pre-adolescence. Within the course, students are involved in an in-depth study of the interrelatedness of physical, social, emotional, cognitive, language, and aesthetic development. This course includes an examination of current research and major developmental theories; with special emphasis on the theories of Piaget, Vygotsky, and Erikson.

    Child development is studied within a socio-cultural context; such as family, gender, language, ability, culture, socioeconomics, diversity and society, with an emphasis on the implications for early childhood professional practice. Five hours of field observations are required as part of this course. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 101   with a minimum grade of “C”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

  
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    CDEV 210 - Child, Family & Community

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI Major Number ECE 915
    This course focuses on the diverse needs of the child within the context of family, school and community. The course will examine the interplay of diverse cultures, lifestyles, abilities, language and communication with the role of the early childhood environment and other community institutions. Students will gain an understanding of their professional role in supporting evidence-based practices that strengthen respectful, collaborative family/child partnerships through effective use of community and family resources.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

  
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    CDEV 215 - Child Study and Observation

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 1
    An in-depth study and assessment of young children utilizing methods of observation integrated with developmental theory. Students learn about and explore a variety of individually, linguistically, culturally and age appropriate formal and informal assessments to gather and share information on children from birth to age eight. The student will gain direct experience in multiple observation methods by the completion of a minimum of 15 hours of observation compiled into one case study. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 216 - Early Literacy

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Based on a developmentally appropriate approach, this course explores theories, practices, methods, and materials that encourage the development of language and emergent literacy skills in the young child. This course also provides strategies and adaptations to individualize teaching across diverse communities; such as bilingualism and children with special learning needs.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 220 - Instructional Methods in Early Childhood Settings

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A practical overview of the interrelated components of developmentally appropriate curricula design, modification and implementation in early childhood settings from birth to age eight. The course focuses on relationships among developmental theory, philosophy, creation and practice of curriculum based on the needs and interests of children who are culturally, linguistically and ability diverse. The analysis of a wide range of early childhood curriculum models is emphasized.

    Five hours of observation/ participation are required in this course. Prerequisite(s): CDEV 101   and PSYC 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 230 - Discipline/Classroom Management

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is designed to familiarize the student with guidance methods and classroom management in early childhood settings. Students will integrate knowledge of child development and best practice through active reflection and evaluation of their personal and cultural beliefs concerning child guidance. Special emphasis will be placed on observing, documenting and analyzing children’s behavior through the completion of a minimum of ten observation hours. Prerequisite(s): PSYC 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 246 - Methods of Math in ECE

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is an exploration of early math content, research and pedagogy for individuals planning to teach children from birth to second grade. Students will learn what mathematics looks like during the early years through observation and assessment. This course will introduce developmentally appropriate strategies to recognize and promote a child’s emerging mathematical understanding through hand’s on discovery and play. Students will review basic mathematical concepts and terminology including the following concepts: numbers, measurement, shapes, patterns, spatial relations and analysis of data.  Field observations within early childhood settings are required in this course.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 250 - Developmentally Appropriate Infant/Toddler Care

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A study of growth, development and research-based methods of providing developmentally appropriate care for children birth to age three in a variety of early childhood environments. Infant toddler practitioners will explore whole child development; design of infant/toddler curriculum within safe, stimulating environments; and the formation of family/caregiver partnerships. Field observations within infant-toddler settings are required in this course.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 251 - Infant/Toddler Methods and Seminar

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 5
    This course provides a study of appropriate methods of assessment and teaching both typically and atypically developing children from birth to age three. The student will be expected to synthesize child development theory and concepts through direct observation, evaluation and practice. The student will complete a minimum of 20 hours of observation and 60 hours of internship with infants, toddlers and two year olds. Students must meet the requirements of the practicum site as stipulated by Illinois DCFS licensing standards. Students cannot be reimbursed for internship hours. Prerequisite(s): Take CDEV 210 , CDEV 215 , CDEV 230 , and CDEV 250 . Also take one course from: PSYC 210 CDEV 208 , or PSYC 209 . All must have a minimum grade of “C.”
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 255 - Child Development Internship & Seminar

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 8
    This course deals with the application of evidence-based practices stemming from early childhood education principles and theories. Students work with young children in early childhood settings under the supervision of a cooperating teacher and a college faculty member. The student must complete a minimum of 130 practicum hours which culminate in the planning and implementation of a lead teaching week. The student cannot be financially reimbursed for practicum hours and cannot complete the internship at his/her current place of employment. Prerequisite(s): CDEV 101 , CDEV 201 , CDEV 215 , CDEV 220  and CDEV 230  all with a minimum grade of “C”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 260 - School-Age Programming

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is focused upon planning, organizing and implementing developmentally appropriate activities for school-age children. Emphasis will be placed on the needs, developmental stages, and typical behaviors of the school-age child.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    CDEV 270 - Administration in Early Childhood Settings

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course provides the student with information intrinsic to the effective administration of an early childhood setting.  An examination of business and program planning, facilities management, marketing, staff selection and development, regulatory agencies, and current trends are included.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Chinese Language (Self-Instructional Language Program-SILP)

  
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    CHIN 110 - Conversational Mandarin I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course focuses upon an independent approach, while relying on tutorial guidance from a native speaker, to develop listening, speaking, and reading skills as initial steps to achieving competence as a speaker of Mandarin Chinese.  Emphasis is given to intensive drill, practice, and review through listening of audio CDs and conversation among students and with the drill tutor. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  .
    Notes: Cannot be taken as independent study.

    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    CHIN 111 - Conversational Mandarin II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course will continue Chinese 110 specifically through further development of students? listening, speaking, and reading skills learned during the first semester.  Through tutorial guidance from native speakers, students will increase their competencies as speakers of Mandarin Chinese (both formal and idiomatic).  Emphasis continues on drill, practice (both individually and in groups), and review through listening of audio CDs and by actual conversations among students and with the drill tutor. Prerequisite(s): CHIN 110   or “B” on proficiency exam for CHN 110.
    Notes: Cannot be taken as independent study.

    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    CHIN 112 - Conversational Chinese for Business I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course focuses upon an independent approach, but with reliance upon tutorial guidance from a native-speaker, to develop listening, speaking and reading skills as initial steps to achieving competence as a speaker of Chinese for Business. Emphasis is given to intensive drill, practice and review through listening of Audio CDs and conversation among students and with the drill tutor. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099  ; ENG 022  and ENG 099  ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089  ; or ENG 096  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    CHIN 113 - Conversational Chinese for Business II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course focuses upon an independent approach, but with reliance upon tutorial guidance from a native-speaker, to develop listening, speaking, and reading skills learned during Chinese for Business 112. Through tutorial guidance from native speakers, students will increase their competencies as speakers of Chinese for Business (both formal and idiomatic). Emphasis continues on drill practice (both individually and in groups), and review through listening of Audio CDs and by actual conversation among students and the drill tutor. Prerequisite(s): CHIN 112   or “B” on proficiency exam for CHIN 112.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

 

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